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CEL P0275

I posted this in the 6.7 problems forum, but that section doesn't seem to be too active. I thought I'd post here to see if anyone had any information.

I have a 2011 6.7 4x4 dually 135,xxx on it. Last week my CEL light came on while the truck was idling. On my way home from work, I stopped by O'Reilly's and had them put their scan tool on it. Nothing showed up. They said the code must have cleared itself, but the light was still on when I left there. The next morning it was off. I made several trips in the truck during the day with no light, then that night it came back on. I went to an AutoZone the next morning and they pulled the code P0275 Cylinder 5 Contribution/Balance. Probable causes: bad injector, low fuel supply.

The truck is running fine. I have no miss at idle, and while I haven't had to pull a heavy load, I have plenty of power on the highway and during take-offs. Yesterday, I disconnected both batteries and went on a long motorcycle ride to see if it would clear the code. Hooked batteries up and the code was there as soon as I started the truck. But, so were all of my presets on the radio, my phone was still synced, the only thing that change was the radio station went to a Sirius ad station.

Do the codes on this truck have to be cleared with a scan tool? I would like to clear it and see if it comes back on or not.

One thing I didn't mention in the other post was that I had also done the procedure to turn off the seatbelt chime, and even they were still off after I reconnected the batteries. Batteries were disconnected for at least 4 hours.
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P02D5

So I had someone clear the code and it hasn't come back, but there were several codes, most of them repeats, but there was one code that his scan tool wouldn't clear even the CEL went off. It was:

P02D5 - Cylinder 5 Fuel Injector Offset Learning at Maximum Limit

I've searched, but can't find what that means. Anyone know?

Truck seems to be running fine.
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I posted this in the 6.7 problems forum, but that section doesn't seem to be too active. I thought I'd post here to see if anyone had any information.

I have a 2011 6.7 4x4 dually 135,xxx on it. Last week my CEL light came on while the truck was idling. On my way home from work, I stopped by O'Reilly's and had them put their scan tool on it. Nothing showed up. They said the code must have cleared itself, but the light was still on when I left there. The next morning it was off. I made several trips in the truck during the day with no light, then that night it came back on. I went to an AutoZone the next morning and they pulled the code P0275 Cylinder 5 Contribution/Balance. Probable causes: bad injector, low fuel supply.

The truck is running fine. I have no miss at idle, and while I haven't had to pull a heavy load, I have plenty of power on the highway and during take-offs. Yesterday, I disconnected both batteries and went on a long motorcycle ride to see if it would clear the code. Hooked batteries up and the code was there as soon as I started the truck. But, so were all of my presets on the radio, my phone was still synced, the only thing that change was the radio station went to a Sirius ad station.

Do the codes on this truck have to be cleared with a scan tool? I would like to clear it and see if it comes back on or not.

One thing I didn't mention in the other post was that I had also done the procedure to turn off the seatbelt chime, and even they were still off after I reconnected the batteries. Batteries were disconnected for at least 4 hours.
Hey there I am having the same issue with my truck same year . Did you ever find the issue with your truck?
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Originally Posted by Montanajeepcpl View Post
I posted this in the 6.7 problems forum, but that section doesn't seem to be too active. I thought I'd post here to see if anyone had any information.

I have a 2011 6.7 4x4 dually 135,xxx on it. Last week my CEL light came on while the truck was idling. On my way home from work, I stopped by O'Reilly's and had them put their scan tool on it. Nothing showed up. They said the code must have cleared itself, but the light was still on when I left there. The next morning it was off. I made several trips in the truck during the day with no light, then that night it came back on. I went to an AutoZone the next morning and they pulled the code P0275 Cylinder 5 Contribution/Balance. Probable causes: bad injector, low fuel supply.

The truck is running fine. I have no miss at idle, and while I haven't had to pull a heavy load, I have plenty of power on the highway and during take-offs. Yesterday, I disconnected both batteries and went on a long motorcycle ride to see if it would clear the code. Hooked batteries up and the code was there as soon as I started the truck. But, so were all of my presets on the radio, my phone was still synced, the only thing that change was the radio station went to a Sirius ad station.

Do the codes on this truck have to be cleared with a scan tool? I would like to clear it and see if it comes back on or not.

One thing I didn't mention in the other post was that I had also done the procedure to turn off the seatbelt chime, and even they were still off after I reconnected the batteries. Batteries were disconnected for at least 4 hours.

Hey there did you ever find out the issue with your truck? I am having the same issue and can't find any answers anywhere on the Internet?
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